CBSE to implement NCFFS for the academic session 2022-23


The National Curriculum Framework for Foundation Stage (NCFFS) will be implemented for the academic year 2022–2023, according to a statement made on Sunday by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

According to the official notification, all CBSE-affiliated schools that provide foundational stage education to students aged 3 to 8 years will transition to the new structure of five-year education at the foundational stage (from Nursery to Class 2) beginning with the 2023–24 academic year.

NCERT created this new structure in accordance with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. The purpose is to “define the competencies and learning outcomes, general principles and approaches that should underpin teaching and learning at the foundational stage,” according to the official notice. This new framework will serve as a roadmap for educators as they create curricula, syllabi, and instructional tools.

The teaching materials in this new framework will have a lot of examples and illustrations, which will help to reinforce learning, clarify abstract concepts, and make new ideas and concepts more approachable to working teachers.

According to the notification, “While schools offering Classes 1 to 10 / 12 may make efforts to gradually augment the infrastructural requirements to include pre-primary classes, schools already running foundational classes may continue to offer 3 years of pre-primary education. Detailed instructions regarding submission of OASIS data pertaining to foundational classes (Pre-Primary classes) shall follow.”

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